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>> how did they become the second pitcher in ajor league baseball history to throw a no hitter in the playoffs? first is a perfect game biden larson in the ankees in the 1956 world series. here is jeff barnd and jennifer gilbert with the "late edition"" >> neighborhoods have to get involved. they cannot look the other way. >> spike ii violence on the how some communities are fighting bbck. >> weehave actually created over 33,000 net new jobs. >> we are here because of the hostile rreulatory government.
>> the candidates face off. >> the battle of the beard. who won this faaial hair contest? >> and a burger on aadonut? adding up the calories in this tasty treat. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jennifer gilbert. >> nd i am jeff barnd. strong storms moving through the state of maryland tonight. >> we start tonight with chief meteorologist vytas rrid for the latest on where the storms are, and whereethey are headed next. vytas? >> jennifer and jeff, we saw thunderstorms firing up over montgomery bay, now over in kent county as well as queennanne'ss talbot and caroline unttll11:11. with severe thunderstorm warning in effect. looking at the radar. you can see how they ffred up. the red south of chestertown, norrh of centreville. shows heavy amounts of rainfall. lightning, and all gusty winds. and as that pushes east. we will continue to see it
taaing lightning with it as well.3 ss look at that. firing up there. this is real lightning data showing 103,000 lightning hitss3 in the last hour. moving onto the eastern shoree we will show you what more activity we can get tomorrow. and talking about cooler temperatures on the way in the seven-day forecast. jennifer and jeff? >> thank you, vytas. >> ffve people shot and killed in baltimore his weekend and the violence continued today. >> police are investigating yet another murder. the sixth since saturday morning. happened at 9 a.m. today on shirley avenne near park heights rally avenue in northwwst baltimore. man's bound found in a homers shot in the head. >> this is the 6th homicide since saturday morning. murder scenes as you can see heee are spread out. tww of the homicides are3 related. commissioner bealefield met with leaders in the police department to go over the crime fighting strategy. >> the big push, from the commissioner, o the rank and file is really again bad guys
all of these cases have guns, you know, somehow enter 2009ed, victims in a lost caaes have criminal records. >> police say weekend crime is down 16 % from last year. >> meantime, city residentssare fighting back against crrme. becoming involved in community organizations.ú in charles village a community3 watch program has dozens involved. karen stoke's heem, and she works to improve the quality of life in city communities. >> that neighborhoods, they have to get involved. they cannot look the other way when any crime is conducted in %-they have to reconnect with police. they have got to become involved. >> some neighborhood associations are following the stttus of suspects aught committing crimes right in their neighborhoods. >> two breaks in a 12-inch watermain on harford road are causing problems toniiht. crews are expected to work on the problem all night.
affecting about 100 homes in he area. repairs could also affect traffic on harford road in tte morning. >> high school students charged with serious crimes allowed to stay in school. it has happened twice in arundel county this year. and parents are upset. two letters were sent out today from principals to parents. just last week a fight broke out at south river high school. a 15-year-old ended up at shock trauma. just as troubling violence in two other arundel county schools. ú%e cases of troo reid and james downey. arrested again last week. downey for assault and both had prior records. >> i would not say that we have had more instances of violence this year. i don't think that's the case. what we have had is three high ú%riod of time.ts in a shorr certainly parents are worried. and people are concerned that you have three notable incidents, o quickly. >> in the case of downey, the
principaa was aware f his pending assault charge in baltimore. but downey was allowed to remain in school. that they say tried to hire a hht man to kill his wife. richard boyd jr. was worried about how he would make out during divorce proceedings. a friend said boyd came to him with $1000, oxycontin and a layout of the estranged wife's home. instead of carrying out the crime, the friend phoneed police. >> like a lot of people, his rraction, at first was fearr believed that the threat was real. then he did the right thinn. %-immediately.police >> investigators say boyd wanted the crime carried out very soon. and even suggested how his estranged wife ssould be killed. he is currently hhld without bail. >> a university of maryland professor wwll review aarests i3 the baltimore city police department. a criminnlogists will do a three
%-lawsuit are being met.ecent in 2006, the a.ccl.u. and naacp filed a lawsuit on behalf of 14 people. they claim that they were wrongly arrested as part of aa3 policy that emphasized arrests for minor offenses. >> they have been blasting each3 other from afar for months now. ggvernor o'malley and former governor ehrlich met face-to-face today in the first john rydell joins us ith more on the bitter showdown tonight. john? >> these candidates really only agree on one thing, hat the economy is the key issue in this election year. >> in their one hour debate, -overnor o'malley and foomer governor ehrlich clash about everything. that includes the state of marylann's economy. >> we have actually creaaed over 33,000 net ew jobs. >> but ehrlich blames the
o'malley administration for ssifling job growth. >> it was there becauseeof the hostile regulatory environment. largest tax increase in hiitory. >> o'malley blames ehrlich to raising taxes and fees by $3 billion. he lso said the former governnr is respoosible for a 40 % hiie in tuition at maryland colleges. increases the incumbent governor said have come to a halt. >> we are the only state in the country to go four years in a row without a peeny increase to college tuition. >> system free start under our administration, three yeers unner yours and went up again this year. but total cost of education in the system sshools, at college park, increased 35 %. >> perhaps biggest problemmis ooer which candidate has done more to improve public education? ehrlich blames o'malley for blocking the state take over of schools. >> when the kids are being ddnied constitutional rights and passing functional tests, at 5 and 10, ann 15 % rates. those kids are being denied --
>> you want to cut funding for education if you are elected and you cut school construction fundniig easier times? >> yoo cut $150 million ut of school construction this year. record amount. >> now between now and election day tte governor and ffrmmr ú%f face-to-face in additional debates in community forums and -n radio and tv. john rydell, fox 45 news ""ate in the debate? we put the question to professor rhetoric of at richard vats. >> if you are talking about presentation. o'malley was smoother. ehrlich rougher. but two people that disagree -hilosophically. >> nd, of course, stay on top of ll the latest election nees stories on our website foxbaltimore.com and/vote 2010. >> for the very first time in the state of maryland women
giving birth can donate umbilical cords for esearch. umbilical cord blood has adult stem cells used to treat 90 diseases. mason schaefer is alive today because of umbilical cord donation. >> masoo himself had a donated stem cell transplant one year ago on october 1st. and he is cureed. -nly treatment option we had for the disease thaa he wasú diagnosee with at 5 and a half mmnths. >> it is free to donate cord blooo. it will go into the national donor registry to be used by patients worldwide. >> bus services back to normal in annapolis. tonight.ú officials announced today 10 bus routes back in servvce. some servvce stop after five buses (inaudible). >> buses are repaired. -nd back on the streets. >> >> tax cuts. coming up. why even if the bush era ones
>> top democrats in congress push for a complete freezz on foreclosures. democrats such as harry reid, %-hollen are leading the charge. as well as tomorrow. will slow down the economic recovery. >> i am not sure about a national moratorium because there are in fact, valid foreclosures that probably should go forward. paperwork is proper.ntation and
>> questions about ffreclosures came up two weeks ago, when several lenders, including bank of america and j.p. morgan chase volunnarily halted the foreclosures.3 >> the effort to extend bush era %-but the delay ould make you feel the pinch fter the first of the year. no matter what. and now a new study from the non-partisan tax foundation said that if the cuts expire. low income taxpayers will be the hardest hit. the reason? low income earners will lose a biggerr ercentage of their income to taxes. >> for a family of four earning expiration of the tax bush cuts cost thee $2600 a year. instead of getting a tax refund ú% about $1100, they will actually end upppaying about $1100 in hhgher taxes. that's quite a swing when you are at the margin. >> the bush era tax cuts expire december 31. lawmakers on capitol hill ddd not address the issue before
heading home to campaign. even if congress passes an extension after the mid term elections, workers will still likely enn up with you smaller pay checks because companies are adviseed to ithholl more money by the irs. >> police are questioning dozens of central washington uuiversity students to find out what madeú them iil at aaweekend party..3 %-drinks there at the house par. causing about a dozen students to overdose. but theyyare still not suue what it. drug was and who was behind just in the grass there, all, unnesponsive. i mean, it was hard to really decipher who was druged and who was just extremely drunk. >> all 12 students treated and later released and are expected to all fully recooer. >> thunder showers and pop-up showers according to vytas reid. department tonight. -hief meteorologist vytas reid is back with a lookkat what is goiig on. >> few warnings out there just moments ago. in fact,,natiooal weather
serrice allowed for the eastern shore to expire. just as we were speaking a moment ago. so right now, it looks like3 things aae alming down. few rumbles oo thunder and winds out there. at the radar, you can see the %-counny, southern portions, qun anne's counny cooing down pretty good. greensboro, decent shower over in caroline county. we will see it push off east of centerville and over our region it looks like hings quiet down. but we are not totalll out of chance for more shower activity could pop up overnight as the front is approachinn. lots of lightning with this. in fact, lightnnng data looks like 1121 lightning strikke over thh last hour. so that thunderstormm ell moving out of arundel county. definitely had some punch wwth it as it pushes over the chesapeake bay. downtown, relatively uiet conditions. temperatures are 67 degrees downtown ballimore. breaks in thh clouds, winds out of the west-southwest at three. if you are looking east you may see a few lightning flashes out
there from the system. here is what issgoing on. 68 degrees in harrisburg. 54 new york. 50s north of us. we are still sitting in the 70s downtown baltimore. that cooler ir will continue to press rom the north. we have all the warm air over thh region. that will continue to be the cass for tomorrow. but ii looks like we haveethis cold front hat will continue to press down out oo the north bringing cooler temperatures with t that ccol air lashes with the warm air fires up the thunderstorms over pennsylvania. they have got a lot of activity today. parts of new york state also as the north. upper level low helps to liit the atmosphere. tracking up o the new england states. wrapping down the cooler air. chance for showers popping up in the afternoon tommrrow. and keep the umbrellas neerby. and clear up for one day. and another front pushes in from the west to giveeus a raany condiiion. as we get to thursday. so tomorrow looking at 79 degrees. sun and cloods. -nd thunderstorms possibly in the afghanistan about two or %:00..3 move out. 68 on wednesday. -ith sunshine. and 61 with rainy conditions on
then weesee the 60s returning with sunshine iito the weekend. >> thank you, vytas. >> now a clarification. last week ww repooted about aa3 stabbing ttat took place in middle iver. the incident occurred several blocks away. from the middle river inn. but employees from the police. >> dramatii ccllision on a movie set. coming up why things did not go exactly as scripted. >> the ravens are rolling, three straight wins and now the national media is giving them [ male announcer ] martin o'malley sworn in.
inherits a billion-dollar surplus, low unemployment. o'malley signs the biggest tax hike in maryland history. raids chesapeake bay fund to cover spending. gives raises to top aides. business climate ranks 45th worst in the nation. now 200,000 jobs lost. o'malley covers up jobs report that proved maryland's economy stalled. if re-elected, o'malley will raise taxes again. whether he does, is up to you.
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-ou want. >> you can see the antiooidants exploding from the plate. all right. for thh 200 birthdayú celebration, town of bay village hosted a battle of the beardss june, clean shaven, saturday four months later, theyycrowned this guy. jim the winner. he says he thinks his mustache helped him to secure the victory. >> after back-to-back victories over the steelers and brong corks the raaens sits at 4-1. tied for the best record in the nfl. and the rest of the nfl world is taking notice. as evidenced by this week's power rankings, several of them, at least today, have them ranked number one in the nfl. included innthat number are ones -ubllshed by bs sports and fox sports. now every coach will tell you ú%ose things don't matter much. butt ll are happy when it their team reaches the ttp. john harbaugh talkee about that today. >> we don'' ave -- weekkow how
the next eek, same guus that have us up there this week, had us way down there 2 or 3 weeks ago. so we don't care. it is irrellvann to us. weefigure it is all hot air. but, you know, fun for the fans, i guess and all of that. but any time they say nice about that. we like it when yyu ddn't say nicc things bus. we like to read that. that's motivational. >> while everything else is going well for the ravens. one thing you may not be aware of. kickoffs pecifically touch backk or kickoffs not returned. after sunday, he is tied with colt's with 11 apiece against five of cundiif's six kickoffs fell into end zone and only once denver tried to return them. >> kicked them deep in the end zzne.3 %-messss up the returns.ut.
so you cannot say enough about whaa billy has done with that. as weather is colder. ttere will be fewer aad fewer and we have to cover better and betttr. huge chhllenge this week. brandon tate is emerging as one of the best kickoff returns in the leaguetwo. so far this week. speedster. -reat vision. about. >> it is time again for our high school game of the week contest. you can vote ffr the game you would like to see highlights of by going to foxbaltimore.com and clicking high school game of the and maybe you will see your school this friday night. here is this week's slate of ggmes. for friday october 15. boys' latin vs. spalding in football. wilde lake vs. river hill in football. ú%keeville vs. western tech in football. nntre dame prep vs. john carroll thursday night. and remember you can see the raw website foxbaltimore.com. >> singer george michael is once
again a free man.ú singer releaseddafter serving almost a month in jail in london for driving under the influence of prescription drugs and pot. he cannot get a river's license for anothhr five years. >> a drammtic crash on the movie set in washington, d.c. today and it was not supposed to happen. >> not good. it happened during a shoot for the ovie transformers three. that yellow orange ar was involved in the shoot-out. %-crashed into a police suv. tte pplice say the vehicle on the way to a call. when it cut through the set. the officer and the suv was taken to the hospital to be checked out. no one else was hurt.
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>> look at the sevee-day forecast. tomorrow, maybe slight chance o3 see un mixed in. 77 degrees. %-temperatures too68 wednesday. sunshine. and thursday rainy day potentially with temperatures at 61. and rain leaves us friday. perfeet timing. %-temppratures.ble ccol overnight temperrtures only in the 40s. so fall returning for he weekend. jennifer and jeff? >> all right oo thank you, vytas.ú finally tonight. hundreds of women get a chance
to peekkin the ravens locker3 room and take part in practicc drills. %-evening.t of the purple %-to help female ans gets. acquainted with the game. and raise wareness for breast ú%ncer. ú%arnnd about whattit takes to kick a field bowl goal. run the field and plaa quarterback. >> she hit the ribbon. >> that should count foosomethi. maybe two points. if you hit it. instead of three through he upright. good kick. >> that will do it for the "late